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#Blindspot Episode. 9 "Authentic Flirt" Clips

Here are a few clips from this weeks Blindspot : episode "Authentic Flirt" JANE AND WELLER GO UNDERCOVER TO PREVENT LETHAL INFORMATION FROM GETTING INTO THE WRONG HANDS. Jane ( Jaimie Alexander ) and Weller ( Sullivan Stapleton ) go undercover as a world-class assassin couple to prevent deadly information from getting into the wrong hands. The intimate assignment draws them closer than ever. Meanwhile, David (guest star Joe Dinicol ) embarks on a solo mission to win Patterson ( Ashley Johnson ) back, and Carter (guest star Michael Gaston ) clashes with Mayfair (Marianne Jean-Baptiste) over how to handle a dangerous individual. Also starring Rob Brown, Audrey Esparza and Ukweli Roach. Guest starring Lou Diamond Phillips, Francois Arnaud and Ennis Esmer. Watch all the clips after the Jump... Please Leave A Comment-

TV Review: Blindspot

After a killer opening, it's all downhill for NBC series. Review by Brandon Wolfe Blindspot , the new NBC series, has emerged as one of the fall TV season’s most buzzed-about new shows based almost entirely on the strength of its opening sequence, which, it must be said, is a doozy. A cop in Times Square notices a large, unattended duffel bag on the sidewalk. Upon further examination, he finds a note affixed to the bag demanding that the FBI be contacted at once. Cut to a few hours later and Times Square is an abandoned crime scene, with the bomb squad attempting to discern the contents of the bag. When the bag begins moving, the technician is stunned to find that it contains a nude, disoriented woman ( Thor ’s Jaimie Alexander) covered from head to toe in tattoos. This is most certainly a grabber, but it’s really all Blindspot has going for it, at least in its pilot. Once the series starts unpacking the meat of its story, it becomes abundantly clear that what we’re being se

Fall 2015 Television Preview: NBC

We conclude our Fall television preview series by focusing on NBC's offerings. Story by Sue Lukenbaugh NBC had a huge turn over. They canceled five new comedies - Marry Me , About a Boy , One Big Happy , A to Z and Bad Judge - and axed three dramas ( State of Affairs , Constantine and Allegiance . They added fourteen new series, including six comedies, seven dramas and one variety show, but only six will begin with the traditional September start. Best Time Ever – TUESDAYS 10|9c THIS FALL Plot: Five-time Emmy Award winner Neil Patrick Harris is coming to NBC on a new primetime variety series based on the U.K.'s hugely popular "Ant and Dec's Saturday Night Takeaway." The show will feature comedy sketches, musical numbers, mini game shows, hidden camera pranks on celebrities and appearances by A-list stars. My Verdict: This sounds like the variety show that I wanted to see from the Muppets, but it looks like a typical gameshow. It's a s